Fettle Rehabilitation Service

Fettle House provides psychiatric rehabilitation for people with a long term mental illness. The aim of the unit is to help people live more independently.

To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus and to keep our patients and colleagues as safe as possible we are only permitting visits on compassionate grounds. Please do not visit your relative or friend without first ringing and speaking to a staff member.

Located within the grounds of the hospital, Fettle House is a distinct unit. All the patients have their own en-suite bedrooms. The unit provides a friendly, homely environment. While a patient you will be encouraged to develop life skills; for example personal care, dealing with domestic chores, managing money and being encouraged to participate in social activities. The goal is to help you move out of hospital and into your own home or into support accommodation where there is a lower level of support.

To support this achievement of these goals there is a shared kitchen, garden and access to a range of recreational activities.

This is aided by the fact the unit is set slightly apart from the main hospital. This provides more freedom for the patient but also provides quick access to specialist support if needed.
Our information leaflet provides more information


It is free to park at Bodmin Hospital. Disabled parking bays are available.

Contacting a patient

Please telephone your friends or relative between 9am and midnight on 01208 75266.


Referrals to Fettle House must be made by a member of Trust staff

Fettle Music

Fettle Ward recently celebrated the launch of it's new music group

Some of you may remember the music groups facilitated by Pentreath at the old hospital sewing rooms. This was a very popular resource and patients formed a band which played at some of the hospital events.

While there is now a weekly group at St Austell college there has been no equivalent on the hospital site for those wishing to engage in music groups where they can try out different instruments and learn how to record their music. In view of this Fettle put in an application for funding from the League of Friends and were lucky enough to be granted a very generous sum of £5, 500 for equipment.


Fettle Music Day 20 March 2019

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